Women's Health Care Center

Honesdale, Hamlin, Lords Valley, Waymart

Women’s Health Center is staffed by Board Certified and Board Eligible Obstetricians/Gynecologists, Certified Nurse Midwives, Registered Nurses, an Ultrasound Technologist and trained support staff who are all dedicated to serving the needs of women in the community.


110 Park Street
Honesdale, PA 18431
(570) 253-3005


543 Easton Turnpike
Hamlin, PA 18427
(570) 689-9965



29 Woodlands Drive

Waymart, PA 18472

Phone: 570-253-3005


Pike County
Women’s Health Center
at Pike County Medical Center
750 Route 739
Lords Valley, PA 18428
Phone: 570-775-8838

McAndrew Family Health Center
111 Main Street
Vandling, PA 18421
Phone: 570-253-3005



WMCHC is a federally qualified health center funded in part through a grant from the US Health Resources and Services Administration, Bureau of Primary Health Care. It is a clinical affiliate of Wayne Memorial Health System Inc.

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Women’s Health Services Offered at McAndrew Family Health Center

OB/GYN Thomas O'Brien MD

(Vandling, PA, July 25, 2012) – Women within the greater Forest City area will have increased access to obstetric and gynecology services beginning in August. Wayne Memorial Community Health Centers (WMCHC) is pleased to announce that Board-Certified Obstetrician/Gynecologist Thomas O’Brien, M.D. and Certified Nurse Midwife Patricia Konzman will both see patients at the McAndrew Family Health Center located in Vandling.

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Women’s Health Center Partnering with Maternal and Family Health Services at Pike County

Lords Valley, PA -- (May 16, 2012) – The Women’s Health Center located in Pike County Medical Center has partnered with Maternal and Family Health Services (MFHS) to provide confidential, affordable family planning and preventative health services to area women. These services include complete gynecological exams, pregnancy tests, HIV testing/counseling, and for those who qualify, free birth control.

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Women’s Health Center Expands Diagnostic Capabilities for Expectant Mothers





Honesdale, PA (April 3, 2012)— Pregnant women over the age of 35, those with a strong family history of chromosomal disorders or risk factors such as gestational diabetes may be advised to undergo a first trimester test called a Nuchal Translucency (NT) ultrasound. Until recently, women in need of this diagnostic procedure were required to travel outside of the Honesdale area to have the procedure performed.

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